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Location - NANTES, North West France  - The Transporter Bridge (Pont Transbordeur). The bridge crosses the River Loire, and the nacelle (gondola) is on the right hand side of the river. The ship approaching the bridge is the "Jacques-Paul" - a three masted schooner with a propeller, built at Nantes for Flornoy & Sons in 1857.
Date - 1906 - dated on front
Size in mm (approx) - 140 x 88
Publisher -  The great and much sought after Photographic company - L.L. - Lvy Fils & Cie, Paris
Publisher's Card No. 153
Used: A 10c red stamp of 'Ceres' (the Sower) Cancelled at NANTES date illegible, but see top/front 12-11-06 addressed to Carter, Kingsmeade Road, Claughton, Cheshire, Angleterre.
Condition - Very good corners and overall appearance


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